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A prevention program that promotes emotional and social competencies and reduces aggression and behavior problems in elementary school-aged children. The program is rated Effective. Children in the intervention group had less peer-rated aggression and more social competence. Intervention classrooms had a more positive atmosphere, a higher level of interest and enthusiasm, and a greater ability to stay focused than comparison group classrooms.

Program Developer:
Mark Greenberg
Professor
Prevention Research Center, Pennsylvania State University
109 Henderson Building South
University Park PA 16802-6504
Phone: 814.863.0112
Fax: 814.865.2530
Website
Email

Program Developer:
Carol Kusche
Director
PATHS™ Training, LLC
927 10th Avenue East
Seattle WA 98102
Phone: 206.323.6688
Website
Email

PATHS ® Training LLC is the original authorized worldwide provider of training and technical assistance for the PATHS ®  curriculum, the research-based and proven-effective social and emotional learning (SEL) curricula for children in preschool through grade 6. Since its establishment in 2000, our company has provided high-quality workshops throughout the United States, as well as internationally.

On this web site, you will find information on the training services offered by PATHS ® Training LLC , our trainers, and how to contact us to create a customized training and technical assistance plan for your school district or organization.

All of our trainers are highly experienced PATHS ®  curriculum users who have undergone rigorous training and oversight to assure the highest fidelity of program implementation possible; as a result, our workshops help to maximize positive outcomes. Trainers understand the scientific basis, including developmental neuropsychology, on which the curricula are built, as well as practical considerations that contribute to successful implementations in the real world.

A prevention program that promotes emotional and social competencies and reduces aggression and behavior problems in elementary school-aged children. The program is rated Effective. Children in the intervention group had less peer-rated aggression and more social competence. Intervention classrooms had a more positive atmosphere, a higher level of interest and enthusiasm, and a greater ability to stay focused than comparison group classrooms.

Program Developer:
Mark Greenberg
Professor
Prevention Research Center, Pennsylvania State University
109 Henderson Building South
University Park PA 16802-6504
Phone: 814.863.0112
Fax: 814.865.2530
Website
Email

Program Developer:
Carol Kusche
Director
PATHS™ Training, LLC
927 10th Avenue East
Seattle WA 98102
Phone: 206.323.6688
Website
Email

A prevention program that promotes emotional and social competencies and reduces aggression and behavior problems in elementary school-aged children. The program is rated Effective. Children in the intervention group had less peer-rated aggression and more social competence. Intervention classrooms had a more positive atmosphere, a higher level of interest and enthusiasm, and a greater ability to stay focused than comparison group classrooms.

Program Developer:
Mark Greenberg
Professor
Prevention Research Center, Pennsylvania State University
109 Henderson Building South
University Park PA 16802-6504
Phone: 814.863.0112
Fax: 814.865.2530
Website
Email

Program Developer:
Carol Kusche
Director
PATHS™ Training, LLC
927 10th Avenue East
Seattle WA 98102
Phone: 206.323.6688
Website
Email

PATHS ® Training LLC is the original authorized worldwide provider of training and technical assistance for the PATHS ®  curriculum, the research-based and proven-effective social and emotional learning (SEL) curricula for children in preschool through grade 6. Since its establishment in 2000, our company has provided high-quality workshops throughout the United States, as well as internationally.

On this web site, you will find information on the training services offered by PATHS ® Training LLC , our trainers, and how to contact us to create a customized training and technical assistance plan for your school district or organization.

All of our trainers are highly experienced PATHS ®  curriculum users who have undergone rigorous training and oversight to assure the highest fidelity of program implementation possible; as a result, our workshops help to maximize positive outcomes. Trainers understand the scientific basis, including developmental neuropsychology, on which the curricula are built, as well as practical considerations that contribute to successful implementations in the real world.

The PATH program is designed to support the outreach, engagement and delivery of services to eligible persons who are homeless and have serious mental illnesses and/or co-occurring substance abuse disorder with a particular emphasis on:

The primary target population for PATH funded services in Maine will consist of outreach and engagement services to literally homeless persons, youth and adult, who are the hardest to reach and most difficult to engage with yet unknown severity of mental illness and/or co-occurring substance abuse disorders.

Enrollment into PATH funded services begins with the creation of an electronic record.  Persons who meet the PATH homeless definition and who have a mental illness and/or co-occurring substance abuse disorder may be considered to be eligible for PATH enrollment.

A prevention program that promotes emotional and social competencies and reduces aggression and behavior problems in elementary school-aged children. The program is rated Effective. Children in the intervention group had less peer-rated aggression and more social competence. Intervention classrooms had a more positive atmosphere, a higher level of interest and enthusiasm, and a greater ability to stay focused than comparison group classrooms.

Program Developer:
Mark Greenberg
Professor
Prevention Research Center, Pennsylvania State University
109 Henderson Building South
University Park PA 16802-6504
Phone: 814.863.0112
Fax: 814.865.2530
Website
Email

Program Developer:
Carol Kusche
Director
PATHS™ Training, LLC
927 10th Avenue East
Seattle WA 98102
Phone: 206.323.6688
Website
Email

PATHS ® Training LLC is the original authorized worldwide provider of training and technical assistance for the PATHS ®  curriculum, the research-based and proven-effective social and emotional learning (SEL) curricula for children in preschool through grade 6. Since its establishment in 2000, our company has provided high-quality workshops throughout the United States, as well as internationally.

On this web site, you will find information on the training services offered by PATHS ® Training LLC , our trainers, and how to contact us to create a customized training and technical assistance plan for your school district or organization.

All of our trainers are highly experienced PATHS ®  curriculum users who have undergone rigorous training and oversight to assure the highest fidelity of program implementation possible; as a result, our workshops help to maximize positive outcomes. Trainers understand the scientific basis, including developmental neuropsychology, on which the curricula are built, as well as practical considerations that contribute to successful implementations in the real world.

The PATH program is designed to support the outreach, engagement and delivery of services to eligible persons who are homeless and have serious mental illnesses and/or co-occurring substance abuse disorder with a particular emphasis on:

The primary target population for PATH funded services in Maine will consist of outreach and engagement services to literally homeless persons, youth and adult, who are the hardest to reach and most difficult to engage with yet unknown severity of mental illness and/or co-occurring substance abuse disorders.

Enrollment into PATH funded services begins with the creation of an electronic record.  Persons who meet the PATH homeless definition and who have a mental illness and/or co-occurring substance abuse disorder may be considered to be eligible for PATH enrollment.

The graduation ceremony also recognized 3 graduates who completed the DSPC 1 program. The Academy for Direct Support Professionals at Texas A&M University is certified by the National Alliance for Direct Support Professionals. These graduates are considered Certified Direct Support Professionals and have completed 100 hours of instruction that include demonstrated competency supporting a focus person with disabilities using Person Centered Thinking skills. All three graduates are employed with the Brenham Outreach Advisory Council.

During the graduation ceremony, Mr. René Enriquez, ’88, a former Texas A&M Graduate and parent to one of this year’s PATHS graduates, spoke about the experiences and opportunities the PATHS program brought to their family.

Seeing his daughter experience moving to College Station, making new friends and getting to attend a program at Texas A&M University was something he was proud to have shared. An Aggie tradition!

A prevention program that promotes emotional and social competencies and reduces aggression and behavior problems in elementary school-aged children. The program is rated Effective. Children in the intervention group had less peer-rated aggression and more social competence. Intervention classrooms had a more positive atmosphere, a higher level of interest and enthusiasm, and a greater ability to stay focused than comparison group classrooms.

Program Developer:
Mark Greenberg
Professor
Prevention Research Center, Pennsylvania State University
109 Henderson Building South
University Park PA 16802-6504
Phone: 814.863.0112
Fax: 814.865.2530
Website
Email

Program Developer:
Carol Kusche
Director
PATHS™ Training, LLC
927 10th Avenue East
Seattle WA 98102
Phone: 206.323.6688
Website
Email

PATHS ® Training LLC is the original authorized worldwide provider of training and technical assistance for the PATHS ®  curriculum, the research-based and proven-effective social and emotional learning (SEL) curricula for children in preschool through grade 6. Since its establishment in 2000, our company has provided high-quality workshops throughout the United States, as well as internationally.

On this web site, you will find information on the training services offered by PATHS ® Training LLC , our trainers, and how to contact us to create a customized training and technical assistance plan for your school district or organization.

All of our trainers are highly experienced PATHS ®  curriculum users who have undergone rigorous training and oversight to assure the highest fidelity of program implementation possible; as a result, our workshops help to maximize positive outcomes. Trainers understand the scientific basis, including developmental neuropsychology, on which the curricula are built, as well as practical considerations that contribute to successful implementations in the real world.

The PATH program is designed to support the outreach, engagement and delivery of services to eligible persons who are homeless and have serious mental illnesses and/or co-occurring substance abuse disorder with a particular emphasis on:

The primary target population for PATH funded services in Maine will consist of outreach and engagement services to literally homeless persons, youth and adult, who are the hardest to reach and most difficult to engage with yet unknown severity of mental illness and/or co-occurring substance abuse disorders.

Enrollment into PATH funded services begins with the creation of an electronic record.  Persons who meet the PATH homeless definition and who have a mental illness and/or co-occurring substance abuse disorder may be considered to be eligible for PATH enrollment.

The graduation ceremony also recognized 3 graduates who completed the DSPC 1 program. The Academy for Direct Support Professionals at Texas A&M University is certified by the National Alliance for Direct Support Professionals. These graduates are considered Certified Direct Support Professionals and have completed 100 hours of instruction that include demonstrated competency supporting a focus person with disabilities using Person Centered Thinking skills. All three graduates are employed with the Brenham Outreach Advisory Council.

During the graduation ceremony, Mr. René Enriquez, ’88, a former Texas A&M Graduate and parent to one of this year’s PATHS graduates, spoke about the experiences and opportunities the PATHS program brought to their family.

Seeing his daughter experience moving to College Station, making new friends and getting to attend a program at Texas A&M University was something he was proud to have shared. An Aggie tradition!

Nationally, the human service industry is in CRISIS . The aged and disabled population is growing larger each year, living longer and demanding greater quality supports and better services. The number of qualified and trained professionals available to respond to this demand is limited .

In response, Arc Educates has taken a lead role in creating a movement for change in the human services industry. The DSPATHS (Direct Support Professional Advancement through Training and Education in Human Services) Certificate Program provides a high-quality, state-licensed training Program for individuals to enter this field and strengthen the direct support, human services workforce in Broward County, South Florida and the state as a whole, ultimately improving the quality of support offered to children and adults with disabilities.

The DSPATHS Certificate Program provides rigorous, comprehensive training and experience-based learning for Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) to augment the skills of seasoned professionals and develop skill sets for individuals new to human services or to direct care.


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